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The sixth essay on field-husbandry, as it is, or may be ordered in New-England.
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|Other titles||Continuation of the essay on field-husbandry.|
|Statement||By Jared Eliot, A.M. ; [Four lines of Scripture texts]|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 8344.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||34|
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ESSAYS UPON FIELD HUSBANDRY IN NEW ENGLAND. And Other Papers - by Jared Eliot, Harry J. Carman, The sixth essay on field-husbandry, as it is, or may be ordered in New-England.
By Jared Eliot, A.M. [Four lines of Scripture texts]. Jared Eliot (November 7, —Ap ) was an American colonial minister, physician, agronomist and farmer. He was located in Guilford, Connecticut and wrote several articles on agriculture and animal husbandry as well as on the mineral qualities of Connecticut lands.
He worked at the Yale Corporation (former name of the Yale University's board of trustees) from until Other articles where Essays upon Field-Husbandry in New-England is discussed: Jared Eliot: extensive research, he compiled his Essays upon Field-Husbandry in New-England, which was published in six parts from to Those essays became the most popular and prominent works on agronomy published in the English colonies before the American Revolution.
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that a book on American agriculture was needed, he undertook the series of Essays upon Field Husbandry in New England, which comprised the first published volume on the subject to originate in the American Colonies.
Nevertheless, in his Essays, Eliot made frequent reference to "Books of Eng. A Continuation of the Essay upon Field-Husbandry, As it is, or may be ordered in New-England.
The Fourth Part. New York: J. Parker and W. Weyman, NE. Sabin (collected edition, ). Part 4 of 6, Discusses varieties of soil. Full text of "A treatise on some of the insects of New England which are injurious to vegetation" See other formats.
The logical American heir of both Blackstone and Austen is Jared Eliot, grandson of the Puritan missionary John Eliot, whose Essay Upon Field-Husbandry in New-England as It Is or May Be Ordered () is a watershed publication in the history of georgic American agriculture.
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Full text of "Britannica Book Of The Year " See other formats. Old New England villages and small towns and well-kept New England farms had universally a simple and pleasing form of garden called the front yard or front dooryard. A few still may be seen in conservative communities in the New England states and in New York or Pennsylvania.
This day it was ordered that Mr. Sherman should be allowed a year, to begin from the 1st of October, "December 15th, " "This day monly called was ordered by the inhabitants of this place (comTotokett), that John Plum shall keep the town books. Read the pages of Mr. Edwards’s late book, entitled Some Thoughts concerning the Present Revival of Religion in New England, from toand when you judge of others, if you can perceive the fruit to be good, don’t terrify yourself that the tree may be evil; but be assured it is not so, for you know who has said, “Men do not gather.
Full text of "Essex Institute historical collections" See other formats. Essays Upon Field Husbandry in New England, modifying British farming techniques for use in America. Population in the colonies is estimated at million.
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JOHN NOBLE. *HENRY WILLIAMS. *EDWARD GRIFFIN PORTER. GEORGE LYMAN KITTREDGE. ALBERT MATTHEWS. HENRY HERBERT EDES. Full text of "Genealogy of the descendants of John Eliot, "Apostle to the Indians," " See other formats.Full text of "Genealogical and family history of the state of Connecticut: a record of the achievements of her people in the making of a commonwealth and the founding of a nation" See other formats.[Footnote 1: The 6th of the excellent Essays by the Rev.
Jared Eliot, on Field Husbandry, & c.,is devoted principally to recommendations of the culture of mulberry trees for the raising of silk-worms.
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